- A photo showing how the Youth Employment Agency (YEA) ambassadors dressed to Kufuor’s house has popped up online
- They were dressed all covered up with no part of their sensitive bodies showing like Wendy Shay did
- The ambassadors in the photo included Jackie Appiah, Emelia Brobbey, Bibi Bright, and another person with the former president
YEN.com.gh has seen a photo of some of the YEA ambassadors with former president Kufuor in his house.
They had paid a courtesy call on the president the same day Wendy Shay also took a photo with Kufuor.
The ambassadors in the photo included Jackie Appiah, Bibi Bright, Emelia Brobbey, and another person.
Some of those who commented on the photo described it as very decent with some of them wondering why Wendy Shay dressed the way she did.
Sexy, for instance wondered if Wendy Shay had intended to seduce the former president with his dressing:
sexysexiness: “So nobody has exposed her body na sister wendy di33 ad3n na wuk) seduce papa no onn??”
Prim admired how the ladies were all dressed:
prim_couture.gh: "See how decent they’re dressed. In fact it’s good she was taken out. U can’t dress anyhow anywhere tho. ✌️.”
Arby believed that Wendy Shay had been cropped out from the picture:
arby_good: “This is not the full pic. They've cropped some girl bi out....aswear .”
Ekua also wondered where Shay was in the photo:
ekua_ade3penna: “those_called_celebs where is Angelaba Shey.”
Looking at how the ladies are dressed in the photo, Nana wondered why Wendy Shay wore her controversial attire:
nanapokuaquarde: “So y did Wendy wear dat rubber outfit.”
Meanwhile, Wendy Shay’s name has reportedly been taken out of the final YEA ambassadors list.
This follows the negative report which came after she shared a photo with the former president looking at her chest.
Many Ghanaians blasted her for that photo, describing it as disrespectful to Kufuor.
The singer has reacted to her missing name from the list, saying that even if she loses a job, she still has her life.
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